Getting a pure water for drinking purpose is always an issue for the world. As concerning the same drinking water issue. Here drinking a refreshingly pure packaged drinking water like Amenity Food & Beverages promotes a naturally healthy lifestyle. Drinking water is vital for good health. Drinking natural water is better still, because you’re consuming the most natural water available.

Being properly hydrated not only improves your skin, but can also boost energy levels, increase mental alertness and help you avoid a host of ailments. So if you’re looking for a good reason to drink lots of Amenity Food & Beverages on a regular basis, there are plenty to choose from. And on the subject of health, goodness and packaged drinking waters in general, here are a few of the most frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much water should we drink?

    According to nutrition experts recommend a daily intake of 2.5 liters of water for men and 2.0 liters of water for women, through food and drink consumption. This is supported by the department of health who recommends that we should drink 6-8 glasses of fluid per day. By this, they suggest that 70-80% of the daily water intake should come from drinks, and the remaining 20-30% should come from food. Water is the only fluid you need to hydrate as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Drinking water instead of drinks that contain calories is also one way to reduce calorie intake.

  • How the Amenity Food & Beverages purification stand with the process?

    Amenity Food & Beverages Purification system stand for with its terms RO + UF + UV + TDS. Here all the details mentioned about it!

    RO: Removes even dissolved impurities like pesticides, rust, heavy metals, arsenic, fluoride, etc., besides removing other impurities such as bacteria and viruses.
    UF: Removes bacteria and cysts.
    UV: With double purification, it ensures complete removal of remaining bacteria and viruses.
    TDS Controller: Maintains essential natural minerals in purified water by adjustment of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) control valve.

    After it goes to double purification!! Double purification: Ensures complete removal of impurities.

  • What is reverse osmosis?

    Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification technology that uses a semipermeable membrane. RO process that removes nearly all of the salts or minerals in the source water. This membrane technology is not properly a filtration method. In reverse osmosis, an applied pressure is used to overcome osmotic pressure, a colligative property, that is driven by chemical potential, a thermodynamic parameter.

  • Is there fluoride in the water?

    Fluoride is often added to municipal water supplies, but it is generally not added to bottled water products. Spring water may contain natural fluoride levels. For purified products from Amenity Food & Beverages, any fluoride in the source water is removed in the purification process.

  • What are the advantages of double purification by RO + UV/UF?

    Unlike conventional water purification processes based on a single technology, Amenity Food & Beverages water purifiers work through double purification by RO and UV/UF. It has the following distinct advantages you can claim after this process:

    1) Double purification leaves less scope for impurities to pass through.
    2) Ensures bacteria and viruses are totally killed.
    3) Although the RO purification process removes even dissolved impurities, back-up purification by UV and UF processes makes the water 100% pure all the time.

    After Completing all that process, you will get only Amenity Food & Beverages Packaged Drinking Water.

  • What is micron filtration?

    Here we can approach towards micron filtration removes sediment and suspended particles. These filters are designed to remove particles as small as 0.2 microns in diameter. Thus, this way the Micron filtration can be defined with its term.

  • How can you ensure packaged drinking water is free from contamination?

    Natural mineral waters must be safe for consumption in their natural state at source. To ensure absence of contamination, producers – Orizon water included – have long been committed to source protection. Protection zones around the source can cover vast areas of land. Bottled water producers also test regularly at source, during bottling and before water leaves the bottling plant in order to meet all legal safety regulations and ensure their products are of the highest possible quality.

  • How is naturally sourced bottled water different to tap water?

    Naturally sourced water is piped directly from the underground source to the bottling facility and must be safe to drink at the source in its natural state without disinfection. Tap water can come from various sources. About two-thirds of the water sourced by utility companies in the india come from surface water (rivers, lakes, etc.) and a third comes from underground sources. Tap water also goes through a number of processes before it reaches the consumer and is generally chemically treated, disinfected and chlorinated to make it safe to drink.

  • Why it is essential to remove dissolved impurities from drinking water?

    Dissolved impurities such as pesticides, rust, heavy metals, arsenic, fluoride etc. are harmful to our health. They may cause serious diseases such as cholera, hepatitis A & B, jaundice, typhoid and even cancer. They also spoil the taste of water. When these dissolved impurities are removed, the water becomes healthy as well as tasty.

  • Is the water tested?

    Our on-site testing laboratories are equipped with state-of-the-art testing machinery and staffed with degreed, experienced personnel. Comparative analyses are performed daily on products in accordance with State and Federal regulatory standards. We test for organic chemicals and inorganic chemicals as regulated by WHO.

  • How should I store my water?

    The international bottled water association (IBWA) advises consumers to store bottled water at room temperature or cooler, out of direct sunlight, and away from solvents and chemicals such as gasoline, paint thinners, household cleaners and dry cleaning chemicals.

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